Tomaševski will lead the list, followed by Irina Rozova, vice-chairman of the Russian Alliance, MP Michal Mackevič, Vaidotas Prunskus, leader of the Lithuanian People's Party, and Vanda Kravcionok, a representative of the Electoral Action of Poles in Lithuania.
At a press conference on Thursday, Tomaševski said the list would contain 141 candidates, with two Russian Alliance candidates and one representative of the Lithuanian People's Party in every ten. The election coalition will have its candidates in around 40 single-candidate constituencies.
The leader of the Electoral Action of Poles in Lithuania also said the list contained representatives of over 30 public organizations and movements, the majority of them representing national minorities.
Prunskus, the son of seriously ill ex-Prime Minister Kazimira Prunskienė who took over the party's wheel, said it decided to join the Electoral Action of Poles in Lithuania after realizing that the party would not achieve much on its own. It will be the first time a "Lithuanian" party runs for parliament with representatives of national minorities, Prunskus noted.
"It’s probably a totally new formation when, I'd say, a Lithuanian party cooperates with national minority parties. We want to show that our country is not divided and we can work together for the sake of our state, our people, to ensure better economic and social guarantees and the future for Lithuania and every person in the country," Prunskus said.
The Seimas elections are scheduled for 14 October.